The three-event jumping series moved to the capital city of Morocco, featuring both a World Cup qualifier and a Nations Cup.
Last year’s series Final winners continue to dominate, eking out a narrow win over squads from Argentina and Germany.
The opening leg of the series saw a influential cross-country with lots of eliminations and no entries finishing within the time allowed.
The Belgians stamped their ticket for Paris 2024 with a zero score at the end of the day, ahead of France and Switzerland.
This victory marked the second time in a row Belgium has claimed the prestigious Nations Cup prize in Arville, edging Germany and Italy.
An exciting second round shook up the leaderboard, with the host nation and Olympic champions Sweden finishing seventh of eight.
The competition is shaping up to be an interesting mix of experienced veterans and newcomers to this level, including the Canadian squad.
It’s been almost 100 years since Sweden last won Olympic Jumping Team gold, which they did in Tokyo with guts and determination.
The only teams to complete the first round on a zero score, it all came down to a jump-off between Kendra Brinkop and Gregory Wathelet.
Colombia, Ireland and Italy still in the hunt for Tokyo ticket Team Belgium, winners in 2015 and again last year, looked supremely confident when topping today’s first round of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ 2019 Final at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain. But the battle between the seven countries fighting for […]
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